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What City Are More Americans Moving to Than Any Other?
If you’re looking to put get out of town and put roots down in a new place, there’s one town down South you may want to consider. New data from moving company Penske Truck Rental shows Atlanta was the city where most Americans moved in 2012. It’s the third year in a row the Geor…
Americans Choose Beer As Their Favorite Alcoholic Beverage
Next time you’re out with friends, look around the table. Chances are good you’ll see more beer bottles than wine glasses or martinis, and that’s not a coincidence — a new survey discovered beer is America’s favorite alcoholic beverage. The Gallup poll found that 6…
Half of American Workers Are Desperate to Find New Jobs
Looks like all those employees who’ve been putting in extra time to make up for a shrinking workforce have had enough — new research indicates almost half of employed Americans will be looking for a new job in the next year. Worse yet for companies, the people eying the door are some o…
How Much Do Americans Love Canada?
According to a new Gallup poll, United States citizens truly love our neighbors to the north — in fact, in the company’s annual favorability ratings, 96 percent of Americans said they have a generally favorable view of Canada, while only three percent view it unfavorably. So who else i…
Americans Have Fewer Close Friends Compared to 25 Years Ago
While social media sites may have increased Americans’ overall number of acquaintances, new research slated for publication in a journal called ‘Social Networks’ shows the number of people we claim as close friends is now lower than it was 25 years ago. Matthew Brashears from th…
Survey Gauges Global Feelings On Adultery
It’s a good thing Arnold Schwarzenegger’s recent philandering came to light after he left office because it would have severely hindered his chances at getting re-elected governor of California. A new survey of 12,500 singles from around the world by the online dating site Zoosk has sh…